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  • Sarah Westergard

    Still one my favorite kid's books. The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Eric Carle.

  • Angela Lower

    fun book! All of his books are worth reading and enjoying -- either alone or with kids!

  • Sheree Paramasivam

    A classic book that teaches children about the life cycle of caterpillars as well as numbers and colours

  • the hamandjam south

    Books Kids Should Read Before 10: The Very Hungry Caterpillar [Board Book] Claudio-Perez deems this book perfect for kids from babyhood to kindergarten and beyond. "Babies can identify those bright colors," she says, adding that kids especially enjoy the die-cut pages they can trace with their fingers. Bubon agrees. "It's embedded learning about so many things: counting, days of the week, and the life cycle of the butterfly."

  • Caroline Miels

    La oruga muy hambrienta: Board Book (Spanish Edition) [Board book], (spanish, spanish kids, eric carle, 1, board book, childrens books)

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In my classroom we totally love this book. I sing it to my kiddos and they love it even more! I use the twinkle twinkle tune!

Fabulous list of kids books that are loved by both kids AND parents!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar video! A six minute video of the book by Eric Carle. My son loves the book and this video!

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Is Your Mama a Llama? I have loved reading this to all of my children...actually have it memorized, I think!

Dolores Price, a character you won't soon forget. I love how my 2 year old would ask, 'mommy are you reading that head book, is that head swimming away'.

I've heard people challenging the notion that this book is Science Fiction. If it's not, then it deserves it's own genre. It was so good and so different in so many ways.

Had every one of these books! (And in 2nd grade, I was told by a classmate that our teacher skipped a day of reading out loud from Ramona because I was absent & she knew how much I loved the books! LOL!